Review: Motorola Atrix 4G
The Atrix 4G has the mostly-excellent Android browser. I didn't notice too many changes to the base software. Web sites rendered almost instantly when browsing via Wi-Fi. Pages loaded in a blink. Browsing speeds via AT&T's HSPA network were only slightly slower. (Speed tests had the Atrix max out at 4.8Mbps on the download and 300Kbps on the upload.)
This is an Android device. All seven home screens can be adjusted and populated with whatever apps, widgets, or shortcuts that you want. The additional feature of resizable widgets makes for an entire realm of customization. The sky is practically the limit.
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